Press Release – The Ralph M. Parsons Foundation Grant

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE | June 22, 2017 WIN RECEIVES GRANT FROM THE RALPH M. PARSONS FOUNDATION FOR $75,000 Culver City, CA—Westside Infant-Family Network (WIN) received a $75,000 award from The Ralph M. Parsons Foundation. These funds will support WIN’s award-winning mental health services that are helping redefine the future for LA families and their …read more

Thanks For Doing Something Extraordinary This Mother’s Day!

  We’re so grateful for and blessed by the generosity that you all extended during our Mother’s Day campaign to provide mental health care for mothers and their young children, and we’re equally grateful to artists Stanley Silver, Bethany Britz and Marina Telegin for sharing their artwork with us and with you! Trauma and Mental Health …read more

Do Something Extraordinary for Families This Mother’s Day

  Building healthy families and celebrating alongside them is not only our work–it’s our passion. With the launch of our Extraordinary Campaign for Mother’s Day (now through Mother’s Day!), we’re giving our community the opportunity to experience this joy with us, and celebrate their own loved ones at the same time. Between now and May 15th, 2017, donate $25 …read more

Preparing For An Exciting Event with Dr. Chris Blodgett

We’re getting excited to welcome Dr. Chris Blodgett to join us and individuals and organizations around Los Angeles on April 26, 2017  to address the biggest issue behind the public health problems we face in our community. We understand that trauma is pervasive, and is strongly correlated with school failure, addiction, mental & physical health …read more

Our 6-Month Outcomes for 2017 are HERE!

We are eager to share WIN’s 6-month outcomes for the 2017 fiscal year with you. They represent the triumph of family recovery and resilience–but they also sound a very local alarm. They echo the growing crisis printed across the pages of the Los Angeles Times, Washington Post and New York Times: our political climate is having real and pernicious impacts on children and …read more

Success With Ready4Routines Offers Opportunities for Expansion

Ready4Routines Together with Harvard University’s Center for the Developing Child and Frontiers of Innovation, we’ve developed an innovative intervention program called Ready4Routines (R4R) to strengthen the executive function skills and relationship quality of parents and their children. R4R has already demonstrated strong outcomes in two national pilots. This year, we are entering a 3rd round …read more

Health Neighborhoods: Improving Communities Across The Lifespan

Our Health Neighborhood improves the health, mental health and stability of our community by addressing and preventing trauma across the lifespan— and its transmission from generation to generation. Trauma at the Root – In the last few decades, what we’ve learned about mental illness transforms how we can treat and prevent it: we know 50% …read more

WIN’s 10th Anniversary with First Lady of Los Angeles, Amy Elaine Wakeland

October 20th was a beautiful evening in Hancock Park for WIN’s 10th Anniversary: A Decade of Helping and Healing Families.  First Lady of Los Angeles, Amy Elaine Wakeland shared her vision for a happier, healthier Los Angeles–and her personal connection to the deep impacts of early childhood experiences on the health, happiness and future creativity of our …read more

Evening at the Angeleno Group

  WIN Board Members Renee Delphin-Rodriguez and Nina Tepper hosted a lively discussion on neuroscience, early brain development and trauma for an intimate group of friends and colleagues on Wednesday, June 8th. Yaniv Tepper provided a spectacular view of Los Angeles at his Angeleno Group offices—a fitting backdrop for the theme of the evening: the …read more

WIN Receives a Generous Grant from The S. Mark Taper Foundation for Children’s Mental Health

The S. Mark Taper Foundation awarded Westside Infant-Family Network (WIN) a $100,000 grant to support  mental health services for Los Angeles’ most vulnerable families—families who are working with WIN therapists and case managers to overcome intergenerational trauma so whole families can thrive at home, in school, at work and in their communities. Click Here